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Indonesian Aerospace N-245


Medium-Lift Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) Military Transport Aircraft


Indonesia | 2020



"The N-245 is another under-development aircraft venture by Indonesian Aerospace for the military sphere."

Power & Performance
Those special qualities that separate one aircraft design from another. Performance specifications presented assume optimal operating conditions for the Indonesian Aerospace N-245 Medium-Lift Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) Military Transport Aircraft.
2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines of unknown model and output driving four-bladed propeller units.
Propulsion
280 mph
450 kph | 243 kts
Max Speed
26,247 ft
8,000 m | 5 miles
Service Ceiling
2,734 miles
4,400 km | 2,376 nm
Operational Range
1,800 ft/min
549 m/min
Rate-of-Climb
Structure
The nose-to-tail, wingtip-to-wingtip physical qualities of the Indonesian Aerospace N-245 Medium-Lift Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) Military Transport Aircraft.
2
(MANNED)
Crew
73.8 ft
22.50 m
O/A Length
85.3 ft
(26.00 m)
O/A Width
26.9 ft
(8.20 m)
O/A Height
22,046 lb
(10,000 kg)
Empty Weight
35,274 lb
(16,000 kg)
MTOW
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Indonesian Aerospace N-245 family line.
N-245 - Base Series Designation.


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For decades the nation of Indonesia has operated the Spanish CASA C-235 high-winged transport at both the civilian and military levels. With a renewal of initiative in its aerospace sector, it was only natural then that the country moved to local production of the proven and globally-popular series - though with modifications to suit local requirements. This has spawned the "N-245" product by Indonesian Aerospace and the aircraft remains in development as of this writing.

Development of the N-245 began in 2016. Now firmly with government backing, a first-flight of a prototype is tentatively scheduled for 2019.

The N-245 is essentially an offshoot of the Spanish design, retaining all of the form and function of the original save for a lengthened fuselage, all-new T-style tail unit and a shift to Pratt & Whitney engines. It seats fifty passengers and sports a crew of two. Power is from two engines, these underslung at each wing mainplane. With the high-mounted wings, the N-245 is set to have excellent Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) capabilities as well as good short-field/rough-field performance and "hot-and-high" abilities. The series is intended primarily for military service and will feature systems common to military transport types (though it will lack the rear-loading ramp of the C-235). Power is from 2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines, these readily available in the region and offered at a good price.

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Operators
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Total Production: 0 Units

Contractor(s): Indonesian Aerospace (IAe) - Indonesia
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Image of the Indonesian Aerospace N-245
Image from Indonesian Aerospace marketing material; N-235 aircraft pictured.

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